Term: INTEREST RATE

The price of money. Money behaves in much the same way as a commodity, in the sense that when it is in short supply, it becomes more expensive and vice versa. The interest rate is the cost of borrowing it and the reward for lending money. There are a variety of different interest rates, which apply to different types of money.

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